Young, progressive voters are accusing liberal paragons like Gideon Levy of selling out. Will their split have national implications?
In his new book, ‘The Negotiator,’ Long Island-born Gershon Baskin says the prisoner swap that saved the soldier was worth it
From his first City Council race in 2000, the frontrunner in New York’s mayoral election has courted Jewish support
Ladislav Rovinský isn’t Jewish—but that gives him the freedom to insist that Košice confront its wartime history
Later this month, a Jewish lawyer and Arab coffee-shop owner will open Jisr az Zarqa’s first hostel
For those too young to remember the Cold War but old enough to be trapped by the Great Recession, Marxism holds new appeal
Biographer Seth Lipsky talks about Abraham Cahan, his political sway, and the evolution of the Jewish press
Ella German declined Oswald’s proposal, putting him on course to return to the U.S.—where he would assassinate the president
In the run-up to next year’s World Cup, the Argentine-born announcer is perfecting his signature call: GGGGOOOOAAAALLLL!
Despite talk of a diplomatic thaw between Washington and Tehran, the U.S. is already locked in battle
Susan Weiss started out trying to win divorce cases, but now her mission is pushing Israel’s Orthodox rabbinate to change its ways
How last month’s attacks in Nairobi, a reminder of the Mumbai siege, may bring them even closer together
Zvi Zamir and Eli Zeira reckon with history in Tel Aviv after four decades of feuding over the surprise attack
For decades, Tottenham Spurs fans have used the slur as a badge of pride. Now the Football Association wants them to stop.
Come January, the state will have looser standards than Holland, but the goal is setting an example for the rest of the U.S.